Re: [802SEC] +++EC Email Ballot entitled "20051130_16ePR": closes 11 Dec+++
This ballot has closed. The result <http://dot16.org/20051130_16ePR> was:
9 Approve/ 0 Disapprove/ 0 Abstain/ 7 Not Voting).
>Regarding the ballot announced below, I'd like to inform you that
>the condition has now been met, since IEEE 802.16e was approved
>today by the IEEE-SA Standards Board.
>The ballot remains open through 11 Dec. I encourage you to cast your
>vote at <http://dot16.org/20051130_16ePR>.
>>Dear EC Colleagues,
>>This notice announces a ten-day LMSC EC email ballot that, for
>>reference purposes, I have named "20051130_16ePR". Paul Nikolich
>>delegated the task of managing this ballot to me.
>>The motion is: "To approve the press release IEEE 802.16-05/085d0,
>>subject to final editorial revision, conditional on the approval of
>>IEEE 802.16e by the IEEE-SA Standards Board."
>>The full details of the ballot are here:
>>That page includes:
>> *a link to the document under review
>> *background notes
>> *a form for submitting your vote
>> *a URL to a list of all votes received (updated in real time)
>> *a URL to upload your comments
>>The ballot opens on 30 November 2005 and closes on 11 December 2005.
>>I would appreciate it if you would try out the web-based voting
>>system instead of responding with email. I am working to develop
>>and propose an alternative process to our email-based system. I
>>recognize that the system for this ballot is not ideal, but I think
>>it is a start. Please let me know what you think.
>>Dr. Roger B. Marks <mailto:email@example.com> +1 303 497 7837
>>National Institute of Standards and Technology/Boulder, CO, USA
>>Chair, IEEE 802.16 Working Group on Broadband Wireless Access
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